This Picture Represents: On December 1, 2012, I drove to Oak Cliff after work and picked up my aunts many loads of clothes and got back into my car and drove to their nearest neighborhood Laundromat. I washed the clothes, dried them, then folded them very neatly and stacked them into her laundry baskets and returned back to my aunt’s residence.
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Iowa St., Dodgeville, WI. Highland WI where I lived from 1976-1979 was about 18 miles west and north of Dodgeville. Dodgeville had the nearest laundromat which meant a trip into the 'big' town every week or so. Dodgeville = 4,500 people, Village of Highland = 785 people. Highland had more cows than people.